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A Figure 'Rising Female'

Hans Martin Ruwoldt (Brunsbüttelkoog 1891 - Hamburg 1969)


A Figure 'Rising Female'

Lot-No. 245

Proceeds : 2.300,00 €


1960/61. Bronze, hollow casting. H. 14,5 cm cm, l. 48,5 cm. The figure is the model for Ruwoldt's large-scale sculpture in front of the district office in Hamburg, Kümmellstraße. - Expertise: We thank Mr Manfred Sihle-Wissel for the oral confirmation of authenticity and the temporal classification of the figure. - German sculptor and graphic artist, from 1920 studied at the School of Applied Arts in Hamburg, 1928-1933 member of the Hamburg Secession, 1955 leader of the sculptor's class at the HfBK Hamburg, primarily known for his animal figures, numerous sculptural works in the public space of Hamburg. Lit.: Vollmer, Bruhns, Der Neue Rump, M. Bruhns (ed.): Hans Martin Ruwoldt, Hamburg 1991, F. Weimar: Die Hamburgische Sezession 1919-1933, Fischerhude 2003, S. 144.

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Hans Martin Ruwoldt: A Figure 'Rising Female'


Hans Martin Ruwoldt (Brunsbüttelkoog 1891 - Hamburg 1969)

A Figure 'Rising Female'

Lot-No. 245

Proceeds : 2.300,00 €

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1960/61. Bronze, hollow casting. H. 14,5 cm cm, l. 48,5 cm. The figure is the model for Ruwoldt's large-scale sculpture in front of the district office in Hamburg, Kümmellstraße. - Expertise: We thank Mr Manfred Sihle-Wissel for the oral confirmation of authenticity and the temporal classification of the figure. - German sculptor and graphic artist, from 1920 studied at the School of Applied Arts in Hamburg, 1928-1933 member of the Hamburg Secession, 1955 leader of the sculptor's class at the HfBK Hamburg, primarily known for his animal figures, numerous sculptural works in the public space of Hamburg. Lit.: Vollmer, Bruhns, Der Neue Rump, M. Bruhns (ed.): Hans Martin Ruwoldt, Hamburg 1991, F. Weimar: Die Hamburgische Sezession 1919-1933, Fischerhude 2003, S. 144.

A Figure 'Rising Female'